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Fell off the wagon, under the wheels...

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

I've been gone since March. Stopped tracking food/exercise... pretty much everything.
I gained ~10 lbs and totally fell out of all my healthy habits.

I posted a declaration of my desire to reach my goals and follwed up with doing approximately nothing to get there...

emoticon D'OH!

It's ok though. One of my goals for 2013 is positivity and I refuse to focus on negative things I cannot change. I refuse to beat myself up for mistakes. I am awesome at any wieght or size but I truly feel better, stronger, and closer to my best unicorn self when I'm making more positive choices more often.

So here we go again, because I deserve to feel good and confident again.

GOALS for 8/27-9/3:
Log all food for 5 of the next 7 days - i need to more accountable to myself for what I'm eating... then I can try to weed out some bad habits I've formed and re-intorduce the good.

Read at least 2 chapters of the spark solution - I bought this book when it came out hoping it would motivate me to get back on track. But I never even opened it!

Weigh and measure myself (and log it on SP) so I have an accurate idea of where I'm starting over from.

When I reach all my goals I will reward myself with a subscription to a new magazine (probably Marie Claire)

Here's to a fresh start!
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    you can do it. keep it up.
    2097 days ago
  • LETHA_
    2097 days ago
    Welcome back emoticon

    2098 days ago
    I've been in basically the same boat as you! Also, I managed to gain 12 lbs after starting roller derby. Uh, yeah. Who is working to overcome bad eating habits? This girl. Welcome back! Let's keep each other's asses accountable! BOOOM!
    2098 days ago
    I've been there before! (I'm kind of there now actually). You've listed some excellent goals for the next week. Hang in there!!
    2098 days ago
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